If you're craving Chinese food, try Palm Springs' China Star.
The chefs at China Star know how to prepare tasty, gluten-free and low-fat meals.
Need a night in? Don't miss out on China Star's delicious food — you can carry it out to eat at home or have them deliver it straight to you.
China Star prides itself in its delicious catering.
For drivers, a nearby lot is available for use.
You'll typically spend about $30 per person to dine at China Star, so plan your budget accordingly.
Chow down on breakfast, lunch, or dinner fare at China Star — they're open for all three meals.
Dressing up the traditional sandwich, Subway is a go-to lunch spot in Lake Worth's Lake Worth district.
Have a dietary restriction? No problem. Subway caters to those who prefer vegan and gluten-free meals.
Subway prides itself in its delicious catering.
With a parking lot adjacent to Subway, you won't get stuck circling the block.
Cyclists are in luck. Subway provides bike parking.
Looking for a tasty meal fit for any budget? Look no further than Subway.
Subway offers breakfast, lunch, and dinner, so stop by whenever is most convenient for you.
The Jamaican-born family members who own and operate Big Taste Caribbean Restaurant have created a visual and culinary oasis reminiscent of their native island and its neighbors. Basking in the vivid rays of a wall-length mural of a smiling red-and-orange sun, chefs craft small batches of traditional oxtail with plantains along with their own recipes for signature jerk sauce and curried shrimp. The aromas of chicken grilled over an open flame and Fridays' yard-style fish fries invite passersby to experience the cooking of the tropics. As day sets into night, cues clink on the golden pool table and a ceiling fan lazily goads the air into circles simulating a Caribbean breeze or a coconut's whispered plea to be turned into a piña colada. Live DJs and dance performances occasionally sway the straws sticking out of a Jamaican Red Stripe lager to the beat of reggae, hip-hop, and dancehall music.
Leah Gizzi builds fresh pastas and sauces using imported ingredients chosen for their quality, such as Fiorucci genoa salami and Strianese DOP tomatoes. A stash of local veggies and herbs grown in her personal garden help her form her selection of crowd favorites that include her roasted-red-pepper noodles, meatballs, red gravy, and shells stuffed with spinach and ricotta. Leah also mixes fine ingredients into her cannolis and in her cakes, including one that comes in the shape of a three-dimensional teddy bear. On Sunday, she heads over to The Buttonwood Plaza Artisan’s Market, where she sells her handcrafted foods and easy-to-assemble Italian-dinner kits.
Although TalkisCheap’s tech-savvy repair-persons specialize in reanimating and refurbishing smartphones, the crew can tackle a wide array of services and repairs for electronic devices of all stripes. The phone aficionados also unlock iPhones, replace broken screens, or guide clients through the store's staggering stock of phone chargers and protective cases. Guests with waterlogged phones can trot into the shop for repairs or pick up a waterproof skin to keep phones safe from accidental spills or gangs of mugging mermaids.
The aroma of slow-simmering caramel and chocolate wafts through Hoffman’s Chocolate’s Greenacres headquarters. To demystify its origins, the shop’s chocolatiers have outfitted their kitchen with observation windows, granting customers the chance to admire their delicate handiwork and holiday helper subcontractors. They meticulously lace European truffles with chocolate drizzles, and dunk cherries and pretzels in milk and dark chocolate. This devotion to small batches of handmade treats extends back to the 1970s, when founder Paul Hoffman began peddling treats out of his small Lake Worth chocolate shop. Over the decades, chocolatiers have expanded the bakery’s repertoire to include whimsical confections such as enormous fortune cookies and seasonal treats.